London office landlords are being warned by Vail Williams that they need to urgently get the energy efficiency of their property portfolio in order or it will quickly become unlettable.
The great granddaughter of one of the country’s finest, but forgotten, wood carvers was introduced to arguably his greatest work after it was purchased by a top dealer. Nicki Holt was invited by Charles Wallrock of Wick Antiques in Lymington, Hants, to see the stunning work he displayed at the recent Chelsea Antiques Fair.
Former cricket commentator Henry Blofeld bowled guests over at the Dorset Sporting Club’s autumn lunch in Sandbanks.
Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) is to hold its 22nd annual conference on November 25 as the industry continues to recover from the pandemic.
Demand for high quality stock across Surrey continues to grow, as evidenced by the quick letting at record rents of modern industrial units on a business park close to the M25. Property consultancy Vail Williams acted for clients on the disposal and subsequent letting of the block of Units 1-4 Trade City on Brooklands Business Park, one of the … Read More
A staffing tech platform is capitalising on London’s hospitality and delivery sectors’ return to normality and is seeing a surge in growth. BuzzHire places power in the hands of the workers and is set to revolutionise on-demand gig-employment.
Regional law firm Ellis Jones Solicitors has been recognised for its excellence in the Legal 500.
The Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) has taken the entire ground floor of refurbished Phoenix House in Bracknell in the biggest office letting in the town this year. It’s part of an ongoing DWP campaign to acquire vacant office space across the country to house more than 80 new, temporary job centres for appointment based retraining purposes following the … Read More
A ticking time-bomb is facing organisations which are still using outdated computers with sloppy software. Leading cyber-security company C3IA Solutions, headquartered in Poole, Dorset, said some firms refuse to face up to the problem
Having a full order book is all well and good, but cash in the bank is what matters most – that was the message at the latest meeting of the Executive Association Solent.
Oliver Cromwell’s silver pocket watch that he had with him in 1650 during his New Model Army’s campaign in Ireland has been rediscovered. Antique expert Martyn Downer is showing at the Chelsea Antiques Fair.
A magnificent silver gilt bowl presented by King William IV to the Royal Yacht Squadron (RYS) is back in England thanks to a maritime antiques dealer. Charles Wallrock of Wick Antiques in Lymington, Hants, who is a keen yachtsman, believes it is the missing trophy from the squadron’s annual race in 1835; the King’s Cup.